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RJ O'Brien & Associates rolls out mobile trading app

27 February 2013  |  977 views  |  0 Source: RJ O'Brien & Associates

RJ O'Brien & Associates (RJO), the oldest and largest independent futures brokerage and clearing firm in the United States, today announced the release of the firm's first-ever mobile trading application, RJO Mobile Trader (RJO MT).

Available for clients of the firm and its introducing brokers (IBs) who use an iPhone or Android phone, RJO Mobile Trader is a secure application accessible via Apple's App Store and Google Play.

RJO Chairman & CEO Gerald Corcoran said: "We've worked for nearly a year to develop and refine a robust 'app' that would meet the needs of our client base and vast IB network. There was strong demand for this, and we're confident that RJO Mobile Trader will be a valuable tool for our clients who want to be able to trade wherever they are. We will also listen closely to feedback to help us refine it even further to ensure that the next release includes additional features that correspond with our clients' priorities."

Featuring a user-friendly interface, RJO MT seamlessly integrates with RJO's Web OE and Vantage trading platforms to offer real-time trading and position management. The system also offers detailed views into an account's holdings and activity to enable clients to stay up to date on their account status while away from a computer. 

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